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BLACKSMITHING

Expressions of Interest Semester 1 2012

The Bremer Institute of TAFE is seeking expressions of interest from those who are interested in developing their knowledge and practical skills in the Blacksmithing field. Interested students are encouraged to suggest the mode of practical delivery that may best suit them. eg. One day per week, weeks blocks etc. Please contact the Customer Service Centre on 3817 3000 to express your interest . MEM06001B PERFORM HAND FORGING MEM18001C Use hand tools is a pre-requisite to this competency. 4 DAYS PRACTCAL THEORY ONLINE

This competency is the foundation to the knowledge and practice of the blacksmithing field. The focus is on safety and the proper use of tools and processes relating to this age old craft. On completion of this competency you will be able to forge steel confidently and understand aspects of the anvil, forge and fire, and safely use tools such as fullers, swages, flutters and hardies. Along with other items, several sets of blacksmith tongs will be forged.

MEM06002B CARRY OUT HEAT TREATMENT 4 DAYS PRACTICAL THEORY ONLINE

This competency is for those students who have the desire to step it up a notch. The use of a power hammer and the understanding of how it is used to assist in the heavier components of blacksmithing will be addressed. The use of Single operator and Driver operator hammers is also covered in this competency.

MEM06007B PERFORM BASIC INCIDENTAL HEAT/QUENCHING, TEMPERING & ANNEALING 2 DAYS PRACTICAL THEORY ONLINE

This competency is an ideal introduction to the Hardening and Tempering process. Annealing, normalising and stress relieving will also be addressed. Students will be forging punches, chisels and a variety of drifts from tool steel and then hardening and tempering the items.

MEM06008B HAMMER FORGE COMPLEX SHAPES MEM06002B is a pre-requisite to this competency 4 DAYS PRACTICAL THEORY ONLINE

This competency addresses the forging of bosses, heavy rings and bushes, hammer swages.

MEM06009B HAND FORGE COMPLEX SHAPES 4 DAYS PRACTICAL THEORY ONLINE

This competency is a very hands on unit. Lots of hand forging will be exercised. Some of the jobs to be forged include hooks, chain links, top and bottom swages and fullers, and a cross pein hammer. Striking and striking techniques will be addressed.

These competencies are delivered according to the nationally recognised Engineering Training Package. Prices to be confirmed and are subject to change based on numbers of participants

WELDING

Along with Blacksmith training, The Bremer Institute of TAFE will also be delivering the following basic welding competencies: MEM05050 Perform routine gas metal arc welding This workshop will focus on preparing materials for welding (GMAW). Participants will learn how to identify weld requirements, prepare materials and equipment for welding and to perform routine welding using GMAW. MEM5.12C Perform routine manual metal arc welding Develop the knowledge and skills to safely carry out routine manual metal arc welding on metal sections using the manual metal arc welding process. This workshop will show you how to apply these skills to weld metal structures as required by various manufacturing and servicing industries.

MEM5.49AA Perform routine gas tungsten arc welding Develop the knowledge and skills to safely perform routine gas tungsten arc welding operations. You will be able to apply these skills to weld metal structures as required by various manufacturing and servicing industries. MEM05005B Carry out mechanical cutting In this unit you will learn to select and adjust cutting and forming machines to produce articles to job specifications. MEM05007C Perform manual heating and thermal cutting In this workshop the student will learn how to cut a range of materials (Ferrous and Non Ferrous) using plasma and oxygen and acetylene equipment. MEM05004C Perform routine oxy acetylene welding Students will learn to prepare materials and carry out routine oxy acetylene welding on a range of plates from 1.5mm to 3.00mm to produce beads, butt and fillet welds.

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